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The World According To John Coltrane

The World According To John Coltrane - 2003

John Coltrane - The World According To John Coltrane - 2003
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Technical info

  • Regions: 2
  • Disc number: 1
  • Production year: 1993
  • Release year: 2003
  • Runtime: 59 Minutes
  • Audience Rating: G (General Audience)
  • Package: Dvd Case
  • Screen ratios: Fullscreen (4:3)
  • Support: DVD: Single side, single layer
  • Colour: Colour
  • Compilation: No
  • Concert: Yes
  • Video: No
  • Documentary: Yes
  • Former rent: No
  • Used: No
  • UK Import

Audio tracks

  • English - Dolby Digital 5.1
  • English - Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
The World According To John Coltrane

This documentary video covers the life of this jazz saxophonist from his roots in the black church to his rhythm and blues performances.
The World According to John Coltrane is a great tribute on DVD to this outstanding saxophonist who, with Miles Davis in particular, broke so many boundaries of jazz, and proved himself the worthiest successor to the Bird, Charlie Parker.
The program is short, clocking in at just under an hour. But it's packed with personal reminiscences from many of the musicians who played with him, including his pianist-wife Alice Coltrane. And though there are only a few musical tracks, they are incandescent - especially Giant Steps performed with Miles Davis, and Coltrane's later Reverend King Alabama, a tribute to Martin Luther King, recorded long after Coltrane had left Miles Davis to go his own way.
There's historic footage of Coltrane in his earliest performing years with the beatnik-bebop king Dizzy Gillespie, and of Coltrane bringing into his group other rule-breaking saxophonists including the very young Eric Dolphy.




  1. A Love Supreme
  2. Alabama
  3. Blue Monk
  4. Dahorney Dance
  5. Dear Lord
  6. Eight Miles High
  7. Giant Steps
  8. Gospel Song 1
  9. Gospel Song 2
  10. Hot House
  11. Impressions
  12. Impressions 2
  13. India
  14. Koko
  15. Moroccan Folk Song
  16. My Favorite Things
  17. My Favorite Things 2
  18. Naima
  19. Number One
  20. Raga Bhimpalisi
  21. Roscoe In Morocco
  22. Round Midnight
  23. So What
  24. Things To Come


  • Direct Scene Access
  • Interactive Menu


  • 4 Teaser Trailer
  • Photo Gallery
  • Discography

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